DETROIT (Reuters) - General Motors Corp
GM sales analyst Mike DiGiovanni, speaking to reporters and analysts on a conference call, said he saw "early signs" that the U.S. market was steadying.
He said the automaker would watch developments over the next two months carefully and could revisit its forecast, which remains more optimistic than the outlook of most industry analysts.
Separately, GM North American sales chief Mark LaNeve said GM's inventory of full-size pickup trucks was "more than adequate" despite a five-week-old strike at supplier American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc
(Reporting by Kevin Krolicki, editing by Gerald E. McCormick)